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Eggnog Extreme

Submitted by: HENRYVG 
An extremely rich Holiday drink made with eggs and rum. Whipped cream and whipped egg whites folded in for a melt-in-your-mouth smoothness. 
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Eggnog from Scratch

Submitted by: MGM Grand 
It is relatively easy to toss a few quarts of eggnog and a bottle of rum into a punch bowl, but take the time to make some eggnog from scratch and you will be amazed how great real eggnog can be. 
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Eggnog I

Submitted by: SARALAUGHS52 
Sugar and milk are beaten into egg yolks over heat and then chilled before adding rum and whipped cream in this recipe for the traditional holiday beverage. 
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Luscious Eggnog

Submitted by: Carolyn 
Whipped cream and rum are folded into a cooked vanilla custard in this version of the seasonal beverage. When serving, rest the bowl of eggnog in a bowl of ice. 
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Amazingly Good Eggnog

Submitted by: NATALIESMOM 
Home Town: Daytona Beach, Florida, USA
It's taken me several years to perfect this recipe. Now everyone asks, 'When are you making the eggnog?!!' This uses cooked eggs for safety, and you can use more or less rum to taste. It's a bit of work to make, but well worth it. You'll never buy store-bought eggnog again! Enjoy! 
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Don's Friend Tonja's Cousin Toni's Boyfriend's Grandmother's Eggnog

Submitted by: Don 
Home Town: Falls Church, Virginia, USA
Living In: Arlington, Virginia, USA
Tonja was born in the 1940's and this is her cousin Toni's boyfriend's grandmother's eggnog, so I'm guessing this is from the mid-1800's and probably dates much earlier. The original recipe called for half milk and half cream, but I use half and half. Delicious and simple, but be warned, Granny apparently liked a kick! I've made it from scratch and with the modern equivalents and it's fantastic either way. Do yourself a favor and use a mixer for everything. Those who like eggnog LOVE this recipe. I never leave a party with leftovers. 
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Nellie's Favorite Eggnog

Submitted by: Cindy Wood 
Home Town: Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Eggnog made with three varieties of liquor will keep your guests nice and warm during the holiday festivities. 
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Early American Eggnog

Submitted by: cutiemoose 
Home Town: Beavercreek, Ohio, USA
This traditional version of classic eggnog is suspected of having roots dating to George Washington's era, but it certainly pulls out all the stops. A creamy blend of egg yolks, egg whites, heavy cream, milk, rum, brandy, and sherry, it requires aging at least 5 to 10 days to achieve its remarkable mellow taste. 
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Holiday Milk Punch: the New Eggnog

Submitted by: USA WEEKEND columnist Pam Anderson 
Homemade eggnog is rich, extravagant, irresistible. But the ingredients - heavy cream, raw eggs, sugar and booze - give one pause. A few years back, I discovered a delicious high-flavor, no-risk alternative: milk punch, made with whole milk (no cream, no eggs). And it's easy to make. No cooking, no whipping egg whites and cream: Just mix and freeze. Make a pitcher today, and stick it in the freezer for the season. The spirits keep the milk from freezing; the freezer keeps the milk from spoiling. But remember, it's potent - one of my friends calls it 'the adult milkshake'! 
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Betty's Famous Eggnog

Submitted by: Baumannowski 
Living In: Springfield, Virginia, USA
This rich eggnog is made the old-fashioned way by blending beaten egg yolks, whipped egg whites, sugar, and heavy cream with bourbon, rum and brandy. A dusting of nutmeg accents the creamy flavors. 
 
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